Mail Archives: djgpp/2001/08/19/13:01:27

From: Silver <SilverBanana AT gmx DOT de>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: MinGW32 + Rhide + DJGPP
Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2001 18:51:07 +0200
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Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> Silver wrote:
> >
> > I'm trying to use RHIDE with DJGPP (which works fine) and with MinGW32
> > which doesn't work so far.
> >
> > The MingW32 always tell me "No Input Files".
> >
> > I suggest that the error may have something to do with the changed
> > parameter transfer from e.g. rhide to gcc. Any ideas how to fix it?
> Is the compilation command line longer than 126 characters?  If so, I don't
> think RHIDE could pass such a long command to the MinGW compiler.

May be. Is there any easy way (means: without recompilation) to show the
commandline? Any debug utility?

Even if not: Should that work?
I just read that DJGPP uses internally (means: GCC to preprocessor and
linker, etc.) uses a parameter "!proxy" which transfers parameter via
dpmi. Does Rhide use this? Is it configurable?

Thanks says


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